This TLO is open to engineering and physical therapy students.
Students will be interviewed
UNF Opera Study Abroad is a four week long summer opera program offering UNF students the opportunity to gain professional European experience by performing complete operatic works in professional opera theaters with accompaniment of professional symphony orchestra under the instruction of outstanding international faculty. The program also offers one-on-one voice lessons, master classes, individual language coachings, orchestra concerts, plus cultural attractions and sigh seeing excursions.
UNF Music Students
This TLO is for students enrolled in CGN 3930 or CGN 4931. Graduate students enrolled in CGN 6900 will also be considered although these students will not be eligible for undergraduate TLO scholarship funds. Graduate Students can contact the graduate school directly about applying for individual awards.
Enrollment in the 6 credit philosophy and religious studies course Summer A 2017. This course will also have the foreign culture (FC) designation.
This TLO will be open to students who have successfully completed either BSC2012 (General Biology III) or MCB2010 (Microbiology).
A background in Biology (i.e. Biology major) is preferred, but not required.
Factors that will be considered include success in relevant coursework, career interest in the biomedical sciences, and willingness and ability to commit large segments of time (6- 9 hours a week in blocks of at least 3 hour increments) to the TLO experience.
Advanced level Spanish students
Although we will show preference for students who have completed General Biology I, II and III, we will also be willing to accept a small number of highly motivated freshman to provide gateway experiences in science.
A preference will also be given to students who enroll in Dr. Gelsleichter's Spring 2015 course in Shark Biology
This short-term internship is available to all qualified education majors at the PreK, Elementary, Middle, Special Education, K-12, Art Education K-12, Physical Education K-12 and Music Education K-12 levels.
Students must be seniors in their final semester at UNF.
They must have grades of B or better in both Field Lab I & II.
Students must be in good standing with the university and the College of Education and Human Services.
Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or better.
Students must have passed all parts of the Florida Teacher Certification Exam.
Dr. Lampropoulos is scheduled to teach inorganic chemistry and inorganic chemistry lab in the spring, and students will be recruited from these two course
UNF biology, chemistry students, and other majors interested in biomedical research. Students are expected to register for at least four credit hours of CHM4910 (Chemical Research), and have at least 9-12 hours/week to devote to research.
For the study of art and art history, the museums and archaeological sites of Rome, Florence and Pompeii are incomparable. The 2016 program will be scheduled for approximately six weeks and will include an introduction to Italian language and culture in Massa before traveling to Rome. Students will have the rich experience of living in Rome where the majority of the program is centered. The living arrangements are in the St. John’s University Rome campus with dormitory facilities and kitchenettes so students have to learn how to shop with Italians, thus being exposed to an added dimension of Italian life. St.John’s is located near the Lepanto metro stop and students learn to utilize the transportation system. They will also have many opportunities to study and present oral reports in some of the most important museums in the world including the Naples Archaeological Museum (where the majority of the finds from the Vesuvian sites buried in 79 are housed), the Vatican Museums (home not only to the Sistine Chapel but works from antiquity to the modern) to the Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Uffizi and the Accademia in Florence. They will meet contemporary Italian artists MArco Zeno, Rodolfo LAcquaniti and Rossella Vasta.
Students must have at least a 2.75 GPA and must be of at least sophomore standing.
Students will be interviewed by the Academic Director of the program.
Students are encouraged to take either ARH 2000, ARH 2050 or ARH 2051.
Students are thoroughly briefed about the physical rigors of the program with its demands of walking, climbing stairs and maneuvering cobblestones and archeological sites and the intensive nature of the lecture and class schedules
The purpose of this course is to advance students’ understanding of nursing and health care from a global perspective. Thailand is an excellent place for global health transformational learning because it provides students an encounter with a very different culture and an opportunity to discover the beliefs, values and experiences that they share. This is particularly relevant as they compare and contrast Thai traditional health care with the Western medicine that we practice.
Students take a course at the Chiang Mai University Faculty of Nursing where they learn about nursing education, traditional Thai health care and community-based faculty research. Associated field experiences involve interacting with Thai faculty, students and community workers as they visit community hospitals and clinics, village centers, local homes and a traditional Thai massage school. This study abroad experience also includes a short stay in a rural village, where they will have the opportunity to understand the activities of the Population and Community Development Association through interaction with the hill tribes. To get to the village they take a boat, ride elephants and hike through lush Thai forest. Translators who speak English, Thai and the local dialect of the hill tribes accompany them.
The program is open to all majors and minors, but in order to participate, students must have the equivalent of a year of college French study.
Students must be in good academic standing, but there is no specific GPA minimum.
Taking place in South Africa, this course provides a hands-on application of economic principles focused in three related areas.
This TLO is associated with the Spring 2017 course ECO 4956 Study Abroad South Africa.
The St. Johns River Experience is open to all undergraduate students, with a focus on recruiting freshman and sophomores. This emphasis is aligned with the Environmental Center strategic focus on recruiting students that exhibit leadership potential early in their academic career and retraining those students by offering a set of unique experiential learning and research opportunities.
Students who are majors in Biology and have an interest in the biomedical field will be given preference, however any student who is able to effectively demonstrate and articulate their reasons for wanting to participate in this program will also be given an opportunity.
Students who are freshman or sophomores will have to successfully complete General Biology I in order to participate.
Students who are juniors will be required to have successfully completed General Biology I and at least one of the other upper division courses listed above.